Different aspects of memory are stored in different areas of the brain simultaneously. Memory retrieval is not like looking at a snapshot–it’s always a reconstruction and coming together of pieces and parts. So when we think we remember exactly what happened, it’s really a neurological rebuild or a version of the event. This is why two different people can remember two completely different logistics of the same event. They encoded the memory differently, and rebuilt it with some gaps filled in by their left brain narrative. We are the story tellers! What story would you like to burn into your history today?